Step 1: define “science” as only dealing with the natural / material.
Step 2: define “God” as supernatural / immaterial.
Step 3: conclude that there is no scientific evidence for God.
In this way, they not only conclude that there is no scientific evidence for God but they construct a worldview according to which it is literally impossible for there to be any scientific evidence for God.
The Inquisition was premised upon political intrigues.
As The Jewish Encyclopedia notes (1906 ed. Vol. XI, p. 485),
It remains a fact that the Jews, either directly or through their correligionists in Africa, encouraged the Mohammedans to conquer Spain.
Also, note that Henry Kamen conducted research on the Spanish Inquisition and found that 2,000 people were executed over a 350 year period—that is just over 5 people per year. That certainly is 2,000 too many yet, nowhere near the over the top exaggerations about which “everyone knows.”
In the Bible we find that:
Males and females were both created in the image of God.
Women had the right to own land.
Were prophetesses (in both testaments).
Worked and owned their own businesses.
Women were present at the day of Pentecost.
Books of the Bible are named after women.
Women were the first at the empty tomb while the male apostles were hiding in fear.
Obviously, appealing to the "extraordinary" is a loophole-escape-clause.
No matter what evidence one may provide for, let us say Jesus, they mere have to say that it does not meet the self-serving standard of "extraordinary."
This is merely a baseless system whereby they attempt to make evidence for God simply impossible.